Radio 2 listeners commonly tune into Paul O’Grady on Sunday evenings however followers of the star shall be disillusioned to study he’ll briefly stepping again from the function as a consequence of worries of contracting the coronavirus, for which the star is “within the at-risk group” for.
Paul, 64, can at the moment be discovered on the airwaves the place he presents his personal Radio 2 present each Sunday night.
Nevertheless, it was introduced tonight he has determined to take a while away from the Sunday night present as a result of unfold of COVID-19.
An announcement posted by his Radio 2 present’s producer, Malcolm Prince, detailed the favored radio host wouldn’t be presenting his present.
“As Paul is in one of many at-risk teams with a long-term situation, he’s following the newest recommendation from the NHS and staying at dwelling.”
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One other wrote: “Sending love and hugs (at a distance) to Paul!!!”
“Very wise, however oh boy are we going to overlook his waffling and your nice music. Keep protected each of you xx,” added a 3rd.
One other fan shared: “Keep protected Paul! And thanks for the replace @malprin very wise.”
A fifth commented: “Completely the suitable resolution. I’ll miss you each dearly however need you to remain protected and wholesome. #TeamPOG.”
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